10.24.2006

Stitch School: Running Stitch

Stitch School has moved to it's very own space on the web! You'll now find the Running Stitch post here. Comments are now closed on this post; if you'd like to leave a comment please do so on the new one.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

how do you tell which stitch to use when looking at a pattern? do the patterns come with a guide?

Catherine said...

I love stitch school! Will there be a test?

Kate said...

Your series is really great - and all your work is so lovely.

Good luck with the french knots - I always have trouble getting the tension right, and they are differentl sizes!

janet said...

I'll work on a post about patterns and stitches—that's a great question. New patterns shouldn't be a problem, but old ones take a bit of intuition :)

Hmmm...a test (said with an evil laugh)...that's a good idea.

June said...

I am so thankful for these stitching tutorials--it's a great refresher course for some stitches and helpful for new ones. I look forward to the dreaded French knots.

Camilla said...

You explain and illustrate all these so well you should put them in a book- or at the very least a zine, so we can carry them round with us. I'm not looking forward to French knots at all...but I trust you to find a way to explain them to me so that I don't kill anyone in the process of trying to make them.

Jess said...

Thanks so much for posting these great tutorials! I have your blog bookmarked for future reference.

Tiffany said...

I am excited to have just stumbled upon your stitching school -- I have a quilt I want to try to embellish, so your lessons, pictures, and examples will come in handy. Thanks a lot!

Betty said...

I love your stitching school. Thanks so much for these helpful tutorials. I just started embroidery and its very fun!